JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

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Last additions - Verona ヴェローナ
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Romeo and Juliette balconyJul 23, 2005
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Statue of JuliettePeople lined up to pose with the statue with one hand covering her right breast.Jul 23, 2005
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Room adjacent to the balconyThis is the room attached to the famous balcony that anyone can enter. Note that the tourists are always photographing the balcony, so if you're standing there, you'll end up in the pictures taken by all those tourists.Jul 23, 2005
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Romeo and Juliette tunnelBefore proceeding to the balcony made famous by Romeo and Juliette, people can write their love messages.Jul 23, 2005
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Inside the Verona ArenaIt was huge. Here, they are preparing the set for one of the nighttime operas (Aida) held in July.Jul 23, 2005
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Main plaza near the arenaJul 23, 2005
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Verona ArenaIt looks smaller than the Rome Coliseum, but what a surprise it was when we went inside.Jul 23, 2005
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Scavi Scaligeri exhibition roomThe archaeological ruins of the building have been beautifully integrated with the modern exhibition space.Jul 23, 2005
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Gateway to VeronaJul 23, 2005
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Entrance to Fnac photo exhibition at Scavi ScaligeriThis large exhibition included works by a few Japanese photographers such as Eikoh Hosoe, Takeyoshi Tanuma, and Yoshihiro Tatsuki.Jul 23, 2005
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Scavi ScaligeriMedieval palace and archaeological ruins. It has been well-preserved and restored as a huge exhibition space called the Scavi Scaligeri International Centre of Photography. The Fnac Collection photo exhibition was being held when we were there.Jul 23, 2005
 
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